Re: Re: [code] Samples of compiler & run commands

From: Arnel Legaspi <>
Date: Fri, 7 Aug 2015 23:50:33 +0800

On 8/6/2015 10:31 AM, Mitchell wrote:
> Hi Arnel,
> On Thu, 6 Aug 2015, Arnel Legaspi wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I'm currently working on a Go module for Textadept. I've been using
>> the language modules available from the Textadept site, as well as
>> Robert Gieseke's code, as a quick-and-dirty guide to the editor's API
>> and the Lua language.
>> The repository is on Bitbucket if anyone's interested:
>> Currently, it can perform basic syntax checks using a built-in tool
>> ('gofmt') and a 3rd-party one ('goimports'). Feedback is welcome.
>> I would like to add compile and run commands/settings to the module.
>> Are there any existing TA language modules which contain
>> compile/build/run settings which I can use as a guide (and possibly
>> borrow code from)?
> Textadept already has the capability built in via [1] and Go commands
> already exist. You can change them by doing the following:
> = '...'
> = '...'
> FYI the compile command is 'go build "%f"' and the run command is 'go
> run "%f"'.

Thanks, Mitchell. After making the mistake of resending my email to the
list, I dug further into TA's Lua code and found the compile commands
table in `run.lua.`

Sorry for the noise.


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Received on Fri 07 Aug 2015 - 11:50:33 EDT

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